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  • Raley Field rocks as Giants, River Cats satisfy full house of fans

    A sold-out Raley Field became the center of attention at the West Sacramento-Sacramento nexus on Wednesday, March 30, 2016, when the San Francisco Giants played their top minor-league affiliate, the Triple-A Sacramento River Cats. On the field and off, high-energy activity gave ever more credence to Sacramento's reputation as a baseball town.

A sold-out Raley Field became the center of attention at the West Sacramento-Sacramento nexus on Wednesday, March 30, 2016, when the San Francisco Giants played their top minor-league affiliate, the Triple-A Sacramento River Cats. On the field and off, high-energy activity gave ever more credence to Sacramento's reputation as a baseball town. Randall Benton The Sacramento Bee
A sold-out Raley Field became the center of attention at the West Sacramento-Sacramento nexus on Wednesday, March 30, 2016, when the San Francisco Giants played their top minor-league affiliate, the Triple-A Sacramento River Cats. On the field and off, high-energy activity gave ever more credence to Sacramento's reputation as a baseball town. Randall Benton The Sacramento Bee

Want to see Giants play, but don’t want to drive 2 hours? River Cats did you a favor.

August 03, 2017 4:58 PM

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